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GregManning

Super Moderator
Staff member
Location
Chardon, OH
Stuffing as Main Course – served with gravy

Bread cubes
Cornbread crumble

Red onion – dice
Celery – dice
Mushrooms – 3/16” slices

Lamb roasted – dice
Cranberries, dried
Pecan, haves – for crunch
Almonds – for crunch

Rosemary, thyme, sage, black pepper, red pepper flakes
Chix broth
Olive oil

Bake uncovered:
350°F for 30 min.
425°F for 20 min.
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VenasNursery

Well-Known Member
Location
Michigan
Stuffing as Main Course – served with gravy

Bread cubes
Cornbread crumble

Red onion – dice
Celery – dice
Mushrooms – 3/16” slices

Lamb roasted – dice
Cranberries, dried
Pecan, haves – for crunch
Almonds – for crunch

Rosemary, thyme, sage, black pepper, red pepper flakes
Chix broth
Olive oil

Bake uncovered:
350°F for 30 min.
425°F for 20 min.
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Wow that sounds so interesting
 

Jonny

Well-Known Member
Location
Buffalo
I’ve only had it a few times, but crappie is delicious. Just wrapped in foil with some butter, lemon juice and Old Bay then thrown on the grill or campfire coals.

Salmon is good stuff, but I only eat it from restaurants or someone else’s house lol I hate how it stinks the place up for a day.
 

Reach

Well-Known Member
Location
Atglen, PA
There are times it’s nice to be a bachelor.

Flame grilled t-bone steak over lump charcoal. Shrimp on the same grill. White mushrooms sautéed in butter, garlic, salt, and pepper. Fresh broccoli pan seared in butter, salt, and pepper, then flash steamed to a crisp tender.
 

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climbingmonkey24

Well-Known Member
Location
United States
There are times it’s nice to be a bachelor.

Flame grilled t-bone steak over lump charcoal. Shrimp on the same grill. White mushrooms sautéed in butter, garlic, salt, and pepper. Fresh broccoli pan seared in butter, salt, and pepper, then flash steamed to a crisp tender.

Then you just have to worry about making enough to share with the cats.
 

climbingmonkey24

Well-Known Member
Location
United States
My cats are strange. They will sniff and lick a variety of meats, but won’t actually eat them. I haven’t figured that one out yet.
My cat only wants grass fed, top of the line steak, will turn away anything less than that and uses a TreeStuff box as a home so now I have a big box sitting in my living room for the last couple months.
 

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